Children & FamilyEvery child and adolescent needs to know that they are loved by God, and know how express that love in the world. Our comprehensive curriculum . . .
Art & Worship Creation and creating through art is an expression of spirit. We celebrate the presence of art in our sanctuary, and look forward to our upcoming featured artist . . .
Building BlocksServing about 20 to 30 children each year, our volunteers work with elementary school students on the West Side to . . .
LGBT CommitmentCherokee Park United Church supports our commitment to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender members in a variety of ways . . .
The Largest Solar Panel Installation on a Church in MinnesotaSolar power is one of many ways we choose to live out our faith in the decisions we make . . .
Join us for another "Respectful Conversation on the Stained Glass Jesus" on Tuesday, 6/17 starting at 6:00 p.m. Full meal included.Whether you weren't able to attend in April, or just would like to attend again, this time is set aside so that our community can gather together in a non-confrontational way to discuss a difficult topic . . .
Join us in the Park!
As is our summer tradition, Cherokee Park Church will be worshiping in Cherokee Park on Sunday, July 27, at 9:30 a.m.
After a fun outdoor service, we'll have a potluck picnic complete with grilled . . .
Pride Parade - Sunday June 29
If you're interested in marching in this year's Pride Parade in Minneapolis on Sunday, June 29, please contact Pastor Tim ASAP. Due to overwhelming demand from different groups in the past, this year our congregation is limited to only two representatives, so it's important . . .
Anniversary Dinner on June 1
Join us on Sunday, June 1, for our annual Anniversary Dinner featuring roast beef and vegetarian options. Forty-six years ago St. John's UCC and Cherokee Heights Presbyterian Church came together . . .
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Mission Statement for Cherokee Park United Church:
Cherokee Park United Church is called to a life of compassionate justice and to embody the boundless love of Jesus. We confess that communities of faith have not always celebrated the dignity and joyful diversity of all God’s creation. Therefore, we declare Cherokee Park United Church to be an inclusive, multicultural, anti-racist, justice-seeking, environmentally responsible community of faith. We seek a new humanity where sexual orientation, age, gender, culture or differing abilities are no longer a barrier to our living in just relationship. To fulfill our mission we will turn to the Holy Spirit and to each other with our questions and for our answers.